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 Unbelievable Photo of Palestine Before 1917 Appeared in The New York Tribune Journal

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مُساهمةموضوع: Unbelievable Photo of Palestine Before 1917 Appeared in The New York Tribune Journal   الإثنين 20 أكتوبر 2014, 10:39 pm

Unbelievable Photo of Palestine Before 1917 Appeared in The New York Tribune Journal


A rare picture of the map of Palestine in the New York Tribune journal on June 17, 1917 in which appear the Greater Syria, the Levant and Palestine, at that time there were not some known states, including Saudi Arabia, which established the name of the al-Saud family and many others from United Arab Emirates and the Arab states which appeared post-colonial but it was, as is evident in the new Arab state map and historical Syria and Palestine.


In 1917, New York Tribune contributor Isaac Don Levine heralded the birth of a new nation. Its name was Palestine, but it was very much the nation of Israel that would come to be some three decades later, albeit with more audacious borders extending well into South Lebanon. It's no news for our readers that Israel used to be labelled Palestine on the world map, but the way Levine wrote about it is what catches our attention her.


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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Unbelievable Photo of Palestine Before 1917 Appeared in The New York Tribune Journal   الإثنين 20 أكتوبر 2014, 10:48 pm


The Birth of New Nations: Palestine


In 1917, New York Tribune contributor Isaac Don Levine heralded the birth of a new nation. Its name was Palestine, but it was very much the nation of Israel that would come to be some three decades later, albeit with more audacious borders extending well into South Lebanon. It's no news for our readers that Israel used to be labelled Palestine on the world map, but the way Levine wrote about it is what catches our attention here. The Russian-born Levine saw a new phase on the horizon for the nearly 2,000-year-old "problem of the Jew," after the Russian Revolution seemed to promise emancipation for Europe's most persecuted minority.

Levine attributed the survival of Jewish identity over the centuries to rampant intolerance in Christian societies. "While the Hebrews were going into exile," he wrote, "a great power, arisen from their midst, was developing in humanity. It was to be the savior of the human race, the civilizer of a barbarous world. It was to organize life on new bases, justice and love. And as this power--Christianity--grew and expanded it exercised a conserving influence over the dispersed Judeans. But this influence was not woven of love and justice, but, on the other hand, of hatred and persecution." For an American audience, he offered an argument against such hatred, saying "The services of the Jews to humanity have been incalculable" and later adding in reference to Haym Solomon that a Jewish financiers had helped fund, among many great historical movements, the American revolution.
It's easy to see how his sympathies with the Russian revolution made sense in 1917 given the prominent role of Russian Jews in the Bolshevik Party, though he would eventually undergo a change of heart vis a vis the Soviet Union under Stalin to become one of the most staunchly anti-communist journalists in the US, eventually testifying against Alger Hiss. With the Allied Powers' sympathies towards the Zionist cause, he saw Christian antisemitism on the wane, though he indicated the situation was still bad for Polish Jews and did "not promise to be very bright in the near future," enough so that sufficient migrants would be found to settle the new state. As such, he advocated that the end of the First World War would bring the proper time for the establishment of a Jewish state. 

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Unbelievable Photo of Palestine Before 1917 Appeared in The New York Tribune Journal   الإثنين 20 أكتوبر 2014, 10:49 pm

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Your statement that "Israel used to be labelled Palestine on the world map" is incorrect, illogical and misleading. There was never any place in the world that was called 'Israel' at any time in history. This part of the world was known as Palestine all through history and Arab Palestinians lived therein since the dawn of time. 'Israel' was created following the WWII to absorbe the jews, who were treated with hatred by the European peoples, at the expense of the Palestinian people. The Zionists are now, unrightly, enjoying living in Palestine while the Palestinians are living as refugees in diaspora. However, time will come when things will be set right and the Palestinians, the legitimate owners of Palestine, will regain their rights.
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